BC Studios has announced it is making the programme on the teenage climate activist's "international crusade". The workforce behind Greta has been following Thunberg from her early faculty strike in Stockholm all the way in which to parliaments and big worldwide protests. It will also see Thunberg meet with scientists, politicians and businesspeople to explore the evidence around rising global temperatures, the Guardian reported.
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is getting her own TV series about the environment. Since then, the 17-year-old has made major waves in the area of climate action and has gained many adoring followers along the way.More news: Some coronavirus test kits shipped around U.S. are flawed, CDC claims
It's expected that whilst the series will include a lot of science and experts discussing the mission that Thunberg is on, it will also focus on her as a growing adult, aiming to explore her personality in a different light and how she has dealt with her rise to global fame.
A release date for the docu-series is still to be revealed as BBC said no broadcaster is attached to the series yet. The show will be produced by the BBC's Science Unit, which announced the event during its Showcase 2020.More news: Deadliest day yet in coronavirus outbreak
Rob Liddell, executive producer at BBC Studios, said: "Climate change is probably the most important issue of our lives so it feels timely to make an authoritative series that explores the facts and science behind this complex subject".
It also promises to share some "quiet moments" as the 17-year-old prepares her speeches and reflects on her life since she dropped out of high school to lecture the world on climate-related issues.More news: Bulls Rank 4th On Forbes List Of Most Valuable NBA Teams
There were no details of the number of episodes or when the show will be aired.